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DUI with a Child Passenger in SC
DUI with a Child Passenger in SC

Driving under the influence ( DUI ) of alcohol can result in harsh criminal penalties, including jail time, fines, and driver’s license suspension/revocation. However, if you are convicted of operating a vehicle while impaired with a minor child passenger younger than 16 ...

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